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Ubisoft is the latest victim of the Lapsus$ hacking army

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Stay tuned for more updates as they become available. Ubisoft could be the latest victim of a wave of cybercrime that has already hit chipmaker Nvidia and South Korean electronics giant Samsung.

It’s been a few days since news broke that Ubisoft has been the victim of a massive hack, and new details are starting to emerge as to who is responsible. This is an evolving story with new information emerging every day. Stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

Ubisoft could be the latest victim of a wave of cybercrime that has already hit chipmaker Nvidia and the South Korean electronics giant Samsung. As a result, the company had to take steps to assure users that their information was secure. While Ubisoft didn’t blame anyone, Lapsus$ – the cyber gang linked to previous hits – also seemed to take credit for this one.

Ubisoft is the new victim of the Lapsus$1 hacking army

in a brief note published On Thursday, Ubisoft said it “experienced a cybersecurity incident that caused a temporary disruption to certain games, systems and services.” He went on to say that the company’s IT teams were working with “reputable outside experts” to analyze exactly what happened. The event forced password resets, games and services still functioned properly, and there is “no evidence that players’ personal information was accessed or exposed.”

The next day, The edge noted that on the group’s Telegram channel, Lapsus$ had placed a link to that site’s article about the incident, along with a smiling emoji.

Interestingly, Lapsus$ seemed a little coy about Ubisoft as the group didn’t rush to take their laurels like they did with attacks on Nvidia and Samsunghackers also made a lot of data available through peer-to-peer networks.

If Lapsus$ was indeed responsible for an attack against Ubisoft, hackers don’t seem ready to slow down anytime soon.

Ubisoft could be the latest victim of a wave of cybercrime that has already hit chipmaker Nvidia and South Korean electronics giant Samsung. As a result, the company had to take steps to assure users that their information was secure. Although Ubisoft does not assign responsibility, Lapsus$ – the cybergang linked to the previous attacks – also seems to take credit for this one.

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